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Fall Photography You Are Sure To Love

Fall is such a perfect time of year to get out and take photos. With the beautiful hues of the changing leaves and the crisp air, there are so many unique landscapes and scenes you can capture. The world around us comes alive with bursts of color that can look spectacular on camera. 

Today we want to share with you some beautiful fall photography that is sure to get you in the spirit of the season. Whether you love pumpkins, colorful leaves or fun fall family portraits, here are some great ideas to photograph during the fall months. 

Photo credit: Pinterest

Photo credit: Pinterest

Photo credit:  Classy Girls Wear Pearls
Fall at a Vineyard. Photo credit:  Sally Auman

Fall at a Vineyard. Photo credit: Sally Auman

Photo credit:  Susanne Nilsson

Photo credit: Susanne Nilsson

Photo credit: Classy Girls Wear Pearls

Photo credit: Classy Girls Wear Pearls

It is very special to be able to capture photos of a family together in a gorgeous portrait. Knowing that these photos will be showcased throughout their home and looked at for years to come is so meaningful and most likely a large reason you love doing what you do. You have photographed a time in this families life that they want to remember forever that shows the love and special bond that they share.

While at their portrait session, giving the family fun ways to pose and to best capture their personality and love can be difficult if you have some that hate to be photographed. The Posing Workflow For Family Portraits, a guide that is a collaboration between Nicole Speer Photography and BP4U, has some great tips from a professional photographer on how to keep your clients relaxed and happy during their portrait session. Today, we want to share 2 tips that come directly from the guide. 

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1. Move Around

When you are doing posed shots, remember that people tend to be a little more stiff. Even though you want to get posed shots, it is good to try and get them family moving around, walking or even interacting with each other while you snap photos. Having them move around, talk to one another, walk hand in hand or even laughing together can help the shots be much more candid and will in turn look less stiff and planned. 

Photo credit: Nicole Speer Photography

Photo credit: Nicole Speer Photography

2. Keep Your Conversation Going

Talking to your clients are a good way to keep them distracted from the fact they are posing for photos. Tell a silly story that you know the children will love, or some fun jokes that you know. If everyone is enjoying the time, it will keep things looking more natural and will keep your clients relaxed. As you talk together, just be sure to keep snapping those photos, because you never know when you will get the most perfect shot. 

Photo credit: Nicole Speer Photography

Photo credit: Nicole Speer Photography


 

If you love the tips we have provided here, you have to purchase "Posing Workflow For Family Portraits" today! This guide is regularly $199.99, but right now you can get it at a 90% discount for only $19.99.  This is a 152-page guide along with 64 posing cards so you can take your tips on the go! 

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2 Great Ideas To Use When Taking Family Portraits

Are you a portrait photographer who loves capturing amazing photos of families? It is a wonderful thing to photograph the love and special bond that a family shares. Finding fun ways to pose and capture their personality and love is awesome and Learning The Basics of Family Photography, a guide by Kimberly Reid Photography and BP4U has so many great posing tips and ideas for photographers just like you to use when you are photographing a family.  

In our post today, we want to share with you 2 great ideas that you can use when taking family portraits. We hope these will give you some great new ideas that help you to keep your photos fresh with different and unique poses. Enjoy! 

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1. Use Props To Bring Spice To The Photos

Using props is fun for a family to do and the prop can be anything... the possibilities are endless! Talk to the family beforehand and see what it is that they love. Do they have a sport that they all enjoy to play together or a car that would be fun to include? It could even be something simple like bringing along a picnic blanket and basket so they can relax and have a picnic while taking their photos. 

2. Capture Their Silhouette

If you are doing the family photo shoot during the time of a sunset, try and plan to capture a silhouette of the family together. Seeing them stand together holding hands or looking at one another can be stunning and make for a wonderful portrait. Kimberly Reid mentions in the guide that in order to get a good silhouette shot, its important to have a blank canvas behind your subjects. One good way to do this is to get on the ground and shoot them up, so the sky is your canvas. 

If you love the tips we have provided here, you have to purchase "Learning the Basics of Family Photography" today! With special code FAMILY100 you can save $100 (regularly $149.99) and you will get a 55-page guide for posing families and children along with 35 posing cards so you can take your tips on the go! 

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